2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited with Cummins 4BT swap


Current Location: Reno, Nevada, USA

Mileage at time of listing: 215,777

Description: This Jeep loves to be off-road! Some hidden dust from 36,000 miles in southern and eastern Africa included. One owner. We have loved this Jeep and all the places it has allowed us to go.

The Cummins 4BT diesel swap was done by Bruiser Conversions in 2016 with 92,000 miles on the Jeep included:
-Holset HX 30W Turbo
-NV4500 Transmission
-EGT Gauge
-Boost Gauge
-Rubicon Transfer Case (4:1 Low Range), includes transfer case breather extension to top of firewall
-Ultimate Dana 60 Rear Axle, 4.88 Gearing, Eaton E-Locker, includes axle case breather extension to passenger side tail light
-Ultimate Dana 60 Front Axle, 4.88 Gearing, Eaton E-Locker, includes axle case breather extension to engine bay
-GenRight JK 20 Gallon Dual Fuel Tank
-Poison Spider Sport Cage
-Metal Cloak Overland steel fenders
-AEV Snorkel, with cyclone dust separator
-ARB CKMTA12 Dual air compressor installed over rear axle, air lines run to both front and rear bumper area. Later addition: Rock rail steps plumbed as air tanks with gauge inside Jeep on passenger side.
-Painless Products Digital Power Manager Dual Battery System with self jump start button, 2x Optima Yellow Top batteries, heavy gauge lines run to front and rear bumper with Anderson plug winch power.
-2x S-Pod 8 switch solid state power control module with rocker switch panel that control front and rear lockers, compressor, electric fan shut off, aux power to trailer plug. Some blank switches remain. S-Pod touch screen panel controlling all auxiliary lights.
-Hutchinson Rock Monster Wheels, to fit axles above, including spare.
-Currie Anti Rock rear sway bar

We also added:
-Pronghorn Overland Gear front bumper
-Gobi Rack roof rack
-Road Shower 2
-Bundutec BunduAwn 116” 360 degree awning
-Shovel mount with shovel
-Hi-Lift Jack mount available (no longer use)
-Fox Shocks 2.0 adjustable with remote reservoir
-6” lift Synergy Springs (Due to the extra weight of the Cummins engine and its height and placement in the frame, we needed extra spring length on the front to get acceptable ride).
-Tuffy Security lockable drawer under front driver and passenger seats
-JW Speaker 8700 Evolution 2 headlights, with anti flicker harness installed
-JW Speaker 6145 LED fog lights
-Bar Tack seat covers on all seats
-Mac’s Custom Tie Downs Black Box cargo drawer
-Red Arc Tow Pro Elite trailer brake controller
-Warn XP 9.5 S winch mounted to front bumper
-KC Hi-Lites: 20” Flex bar forward facing with spot light configuration, 2x Flex Dual pod flood lights forward facing, 2x Flex single pod flood lights rear facing, 2x Cyclone rock lights driver and passenger sides.
-Sony XAV AX5000 stereo with USB for CarPlay or Android Auto wired to port in dash and USB cable for audio library run to glove box
-Hot Head headliner kit, color gray
-Metal Cloak tailgate mounted spare tire carrier with Hi-Lift carrier
-Bilstein steering stabilizer
-1000W block heater
-Fire Extingushers in mounts at both driver and passenger sides
-Currently running 287/75 R15 Cooper Discoverer ST MAXX tires
-Factory Subwoofer available, though not currently installed
-Bead Buster for removing tires from the wheels
-Blue Ridge Overland Gear JK Attic

More recently:
-Stage 1 Dynamite Diesel Products Injectors at 160,201 miles
-ARP 2P00 Head Studs, new head and head gasket at 190,574 miles
-New clutch at 205,558 miles
-GenRight Hood Vent installed July 2021

Properly maintained with regular oil changes, brake fluid flushes, etc.

Price: $60,000 or reasonable offer

Known Problems: Air Conditioning works great, but the re-flash of the ECM by Bruiser deleted the thermostat at the expansion valve, causing to occasionally ice up. When this happens, shutting off the AC will cause it to thaw quickly and work again in minutes. Cosmetic damage to the fiberglass top under the Gobi Rack at ladder and one other place.

For Sale: 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited with Cummins 4BT swap
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Detailed engine bay pics might help since the the 4BT can be quite a "donkypunch" on the install of the newer Fiats like this.


Rover chef makes a good point.

Attached is a link of the motor, in the engine bay.

Here is a link to our ad on Fourbie.com.



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Looks like that Lil "oil burner" was supposed to be in there from the beginning!
Nice job!!!
It fits pretty nicely. And it is super fun off-road. It makes difficult trails seem easy. Just put it in low range and it practically idles anywhere you want.

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